Here are the books that I found and added to my TBR list this week.
Sarah's Key by Tatiana de Rosnay (Can't remember where I found this one, someones blog...)
A look at France during the Nazi occupation in WWII.
Pemberley Shades by D.A. Bonavia-Hunt (Found via Austen Prose)
This was originally published in 1949 and is the second P&P sequel written. (You know, back in the day when people wrote sequels based on the book and not on Colin Firth jumping into a pond.)
Our Tempestuous Day by Carolly Erickson (Found via Jane Austen in Vermont)
I am really interested in learning more about the Regency Era and this looks like a good book to do just that.
Summer at Tiffany by Marjorie Hart (Found via 2 Kids and Tired Book Reviews)
This one just looks like a fun and interesting read.
Lark Rise to Candleford by Flora Thompson (Not sure where I found this one.)
The description of this book just makes me want to run out and find a copy of it right now. It sounds like just the type of book I would enjoy.
Deja Dead by Kathy Reichs (Found via Bloggin' 'bout Books. She reviewed a later book in the series, this one is the first in the series.)
I have not read many mysteries this year. When I finish (or catch up on) one of the current mystery series I am reading, I will have to look into this series.
The Great Influenza: The Epic Story of the Deadliest Plague by John M. Berry
(Found via surfing around Goodreads.)
I am interested in reading about the 1918 outbreak but I don't think I will care too much for the hype and doomsday bit about "the growing danger of the avian flu."